Best Rainbow Toddler Activity Calendar | Proeves Learning Lab

Whether it is learning shapes and letters, or numbers and colors, children are always having fun and so eager to learn more.

Explore colorful hands-on fun with Rainbow activities for your little one. Focus on the learning colors with rainbow science and rainbow crafts using everyday items around your home.

We’ve got a Homeschooling Calendar for parents who are homeschooling their children during the covid pandemic. Teaching your preschooler about Rainbow with fun hands-on-activities.

1. Monday – Rainbow Art Activity:
Get the paints out to explore the colours of the rainbow. Every rainbow you see will have these seven colors in this order – VIBGYOR – Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red.

2. Tuesday – Rainbow Craft Activity:
Rainbow glitter jars are sure to be a hit whether your child like glitter or not. Read below how to make them.

Materials required:
> Bottles or jars (small sized)
> 2/3 cup of clear washable school glue
> 1/4-1/2 cup of water (warm or room temperature)
> Food coloring
> 1 tablespoon of glitter or confetti

How to make a glitter jar:
STEP 1: Empty the glue into your jar. 
STEP 2 : Add about 1/4 cup of warm water to the glue and mix well to combine.
STEP 3: Next, add your choice of food coloring and stir to combine! Now while adding glitter or confetti, stir the glitter or confetti into the glue mixture.
STEP 4: Now it’s time to get your glitter jar sparkling! Seal the jar and shake well.

3. Wednesday – Story Telling on Rainbow:
Read out the story ‘How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow’ to your little one which teaches the importance of teamwork and perseverance through the eyes of some very colorful crayons.

Excerpts from the story by the author Monica Sweeney –

The Sun and the Clouds are best friends. United they create colourful rainbows that are a wonder to behold.
But one day they get into a fight and refuse to be in the sky together which means there are no longer any rainbows. Without rainbows, the colors start disappearing until the Earth was left with no color.

Determined to save the rainbows, the crayons draw rainbows all over the town. They create one so BIG, and BOLD and BEAUTIFUL  that the sun and clouds can’t help but notice.  Will the crayon’s idea work? Yes, it does …. The sun and the clouds get reunited and go back to colouring the world and making people happy once again.

4. Thursday – Rainbow snacks ideas:
Eat the rainbow with these fun and colorful rainbow fruit ideas for kids. Get some colourful fruits for this platter – Black Grapes, Green Grapes, Yellow Pineapples, Red Strawberries, Orange Papaya etc. or any seasonal fruits to match the colour of the rainbow.

5. Friday – Rainbow song:
If your little ones love rainbows, consider enhancing familiar colour-themed song – Sing and dance to the tunes of this fun rainbow song